Brasilia, Brazil, 24 Jul – A Brazilian delegation will visit Mozambique in the last two weeks of August to work alongside local authorities to look into the adoption of the Japanese-Brazilian digital television model, writes Africa 21.
The Brazilian government has already guaranteed the granting of funds from the Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Social (BNDES) for Mozambique for the purchase of the necessary equipment for digital transmission with Japanese technology.
Mozambique and Brazil will form working party to look into the project.
Brazil has just made a similar proposal to Chile with a view to its adoption of the Japanese-Brazilian digital TV system.
Apart from Brazil, Peru has already adopted the digital TV model which uses Japanese technology, with Brazilian funding. (macauhub)